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Join us as we pray for our 32 churches and 3 church plants. The Church Strengthening Team believes that praying for each other will greatly strengthen every one of our churches. "Brethren, pray for us," Paul wrote in Thessalonians 5:25. As God answers our prayers for each other, every congregation of the San Juan Baptist Association will become stronger.
We want to tell everyone about God's Love. We have 32 churches, 3 church plants, including a brand new "Cowboy Church". Among those churches are two Spanish churches, 13 Native American Churches, 1 Korean Church, and the remainder are multi-cultural.
Browse through our web page for information concerning our association and its ministries as well as information about our churches. We hope you find your time spent here a blessing. Our association is a warm and loving one, and we want you to feel comfortable and at liberty to call on us.
When you visit one of our churches, you will find:
San Juan Baptist Association's Mission Statement: Serving Jesus Christ together, pursuing the spiritual transformation of San Juan County and surrounding area."
San Juan Baptist Association's Vision Statement: We see the day when:
In HIS Love,
Eric Frye, Association Director of Missions
Attention All Women! The Steel Magnolias will share their lives and music with you on:
When: Tuesday, October 7, 2014 at 6:00 p.m..
Where: Calvary Southern Baptist Church
103 North Heights
Bloomfield, NM 87413
For more information please contact the Church at: (505) 632-3787, (505) 419-0561.
Annual Meeting will be October 9, 2014
Where: First Baptist Church Farmington
511 West Arrington
Farmington, NM 87401-8504
Time: 5:30 p.m.
Find Help and Healing for the hurt of separation and divorce. Sessions held Monday, 7:00-9:00 pm. For more information, contact 505-320-5559 or 505-608-1198. This is free to attend.
Check out the Four Corners Re-Entry Ministry Team Link at http://convictedbychrist.org/re-entry-program
The program "Re-Entry" is providing assistance to men and women returning back into society from prison/jail. It is to help them re-integrate back into society and direct them to the different opportunities and recovery programs that are available in our community.
Food and clothes are available through the Crisis Closet on Monday mornings. Clients must attend a devotion at 11 am to receive assistance.
September is the month churches collect for Missions New Mexico (formerly Harry P Stagg offering).
Are you craft minded or do you like to sew? If so, join the ladies with Nimble Fingers on Wednesday mornings from 9 am til 11:30 apm at the Association Builidng. Come prepared to laugh and fellowship with ladies from different churches as you work on crafts/ blankets/ dresses/ etc to be used both locally but mostly internationally by mission groups. For more info on Nimble Fingers, contact Judy at